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Meeting Name: Board of Supervisors Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 9/18/2018 8:00 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: 330 Fair Lane, Placerville, CA
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18-1337 11.Agenda ItemClerk of the Board recommending the Board approve the Minutes from the regular meeting of the Board on September 11, 2018.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
18-1369 12.Agenda ItemCommittee Application Review Team recommending the Board appoint Brandon Reinhardt to the vacant Member At-Large position on the Community and Economic Development Advisory Committee pursuant to Resolution 177-2017 and Board Policy I-5, Boards, Committees and Commissions - Application Evaluation Policy for Members At-Large.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
18-1420 13.Agenda ItemTRAKiT Executive Committee recommending the Board receive and file an attached update memo on the TRAKiT system, a planning, permitting, and parcel management software solution.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
18-1368 14.Agenda ItemChief Administrative Office recommending the Board approve and authorize the Chair to sign the attached Funding Agreement with the Placerville Downtown Association, authorizing payment of the $5,000 community funding contribution authorized by the Board as part of the approval of the Fiscal Year 2018-19 Recommended Budget, to support their Festival of Lights event, and finding that a public benefit is derived from supporting this event, which serves to gather the community and draw visitors into the County. FUNDING: General Fund.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
18-1353 15.Agenda ItemChief Administrative Office, Procurement and Contracts Division, recommending the Board declare three (3) service weapons as surplus and approve the sale of the weapons to retiring Sheriff Deputies Walt Thorton, Matt Underhill and Bill Turnbull. FUNDING: The Sheriff's Office Armory will receive the funds paid by the retiring employees.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
18-1241 16.Agenda ItemCounty Counsel recommending the Board authorize the discharge from accountability in the amount of $30,082.36 for uncollectible court ordered fees from Public Guardian cases. FUNDING: General Fund.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
18-1364 17.Agenda ItemHuman Resources Department recommending the Board: 1) Adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 196-2018 approving the negotiated Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the County of El Dorado and the El Dorado County Law Enforcement Management Association representing the Law Enforcement Sworn Management bargaining unit; 2) Authorize the Chair to sign said MOU, noting the MOU will be effective the first full pay period following Association ratification and Board of Supervisors adoption of the MOU; and 3) Direct Human Resources and the Auditor-Controller's Office to administer and implement the MOU provisions. FUNDING: General Fund.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
18-0738 18.Agenda ItemTreasurer-Tax Collector, Revenue Recovery Division, recommending the Board discharge the relevant departments and department heads from further accountability to collect the debts listed on the attached Discharge of Accountability Report in the amount of $63,220.38, pursuant to Government Code Sections 25257 through 25259. Some of these debts date back to January 24, 1994, and are uncollectible due to expiration of statute of limitations, death or bankruptcy, and consequently are unlikely to be collected. FUNDING: N/AApprovedPass Action details Not available
18-1381 19.Agenda ItemSupervisor Novasel recommending the Board sponsor the Tahoe Economic Summit which is an effort by the Tahoe Prosperity Center to bring community leaders together around the goal of improving Tahoe's regional economy on October 19, 2018, at a total cost of $1,000 as a Mt. Tallac sponsor, and approve and authorize the Chair to sign the related Funding Agreement (attached) finding that a public benefit exists from sponsorship of this event. The Summit will provide opportunities for attendees to learn about the "Sharing Economy," and specifically how it impacts housing, entrepreneurship, workforce, and jobs. FUNDING: Economic Development Special Projects Budget (funded by Transient Occupancy Tax).ApprovedPass Action details Not available
16-0305 7710.Agenda ItemSupervisor Ranalli recommending the Board find that a state of emergency continues to exist in El Dorado County as a result of unprecedented tree mortality due to drought conditions and related bark beetle infestations. (Cont. 11/13/18, Item 12)ApprovedPass Action details Not available
18-1272 111.Agenda ItemHealth and Human Services Agency (HHSA) recommending the Board: 1) Approve and authorize the Chair to sign Agreement for Services 3221 with Jill Gustafson, LCSW, for the provision of therapeutic counseling and related services, for the term October 1, 2018 through September 30, 2021 with maximum contractual obligation of $250,000; and 2) Find that in accordance with Ordinance section 3.13.030, it is more economical and feasible to engage an independent contractor for this service; and 3) Authorize the Purchasing Agent, or their designee to execute further documents relating to Agreement for Services 3221, including amendments which do not increase the maximum dollar amount or term of the Agreement, and contingent upon approval by County Counsel and Risk Management. FUNDING: 28% Federal and 72% RealignmentApprovedPass Action details Not available
18-1306 112.Agenda ItemHealth and Human Services Agency recommending the Board: 1) Adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 186-2018, which authorizes the County to participate in the one-time Homeless Mentally Ill Outreach and Treatment funding opportunity available as a result of California Senate Bill 840; 2) Designate the Health and Human Services Agency as the primary contact for the Homeless Mentally Ill Outreach and Treatment funding opportunity for the County; and 3) Authorize the Director of Health and Human Services Agency to sign a Letter of Interest as a part of the solicitation for the Homeless Mentally Ill Outreach and Treatment funding opportunity. FUNDING: State Funding.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
18-1308 113.Agenda ItemAir Quality Management District (AQMD) recommending the Board, acting as the AQMD Board of Directors adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 194-2018 amending the AQMD Fiscal Year 2018-19 approved Personnel Resolution for AQMD: 1) Delete 1.0 full time equivalent (FTE) Development Aide II; 2) Add 1.0 FTE Air Quality Technician; 3) Add 1.0 FTE Senior Air Quality Engineer to AQMD; 4) Provide authorization to the Director of Human Resources to make, if needed, any technical corrections to the authorized personnel allocations for AQMD; and 5) Approve the related budget transfer. (4/5 vote required) FUNDING: 60% Permit Revenues, 33% State Surcharge Fees and 7% State Subvention.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
18-1357 114.Agenda ItemCommunity Development Services, Administration and Finance Division, recommending the Board authorize the Chair to sign the First Amendment to Joint Occupancy Agreement and Transfer Agreement between the Judicial Council of California and the County of El Dorado to update nomenclature and to amend the Exclusive-Use Areas to allow for an exchange of floor space within Building C. FUNDING: NAApprovedPass Action details Not available
18-1177 115.Agenda ItemCommunity Development Services, Department of Transportation, recommending the Board approve administrative modifications, which include updated titles to reflect County department name changes, to Board of Supervisors Policy G-3, Dead Animal Disposal. FUNDING: N/AContinuedPass Action details Video Video
18-1291 116.Agenda ItemCommunity Development Services, Department of Transportation, recommending the Board consider the following: 1) Approve and authorize the Chair to sign the Notice of Acceptance with Hooker Creek, Inc., for the Newtown Road Storm Damage Project, CIP 78706/36102012, Contract 2685; and 2) Approve and authorize the Clerk of the Board to release the Payment and Performance Bonds to the Surety upon notification from the Department of Transportation, after the one-year guarantee period. FUNDING: Federal Highway Administration anticipated reimbursement (88.53%), California Disaster Assistance Act anticipated reimbursement (8.60%), Road Fund (2.87%).ApprovedPass Action details Not available
18-1253 117.Agenda ItemCommunity Development Services, Environmental Management Department, recommending the Board consider the following: 1) Accept a payment program award funded through the California Beverage Container Recycling and Litter Reduction Act, from the State of California, Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery, Beverage Container Recycling City/County Payment Program, Fiscal Year 2017-18, in the amount of $38,451, for the term, upon award and acceptance of funds, through June 29, 2020; and 2) Delegate authority to the Environmental Management Department Director, or designee, to execute all payment program related documents, including, but not limited to, all reports and associated documents necessary to secure and expend the funds for the purpose of implementing the Beverage Container Recycling City/County Payment Program if the documents do not affect the amount or term. FUNDING: Non-General Fund / State of California, Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery, Beverage Container Recycling City/County Payment Program, Fiscal Year 2017-18 funds.ApprovedPass Action details Not available
18-1208 118.Agenda ItemCommunity Development Services, Planning and Building Department, Code Enforcement Unit, recommending the Board approve the following: 1) Award Request for Proposal 18-918-065 for the provision of services for On-Call Code Enforcement Hearing Officers to provide services regarding code enforcement issues that arise within the County when property owners appeal penalties that are assessed by the Code Enforcement Section to two proposers: a) William M. Wright, Attorney at Law and Martin Fine, Attorney at Law; and b) Silver & Wright, LLP Attorneys at Law; 2) Authorize the Planning and Building Department to negotiate Agreements for Services with the two aforementioned firms, each with a term of three years and a not to exceed amount of $60,000 each; and 3) Authorize the Purchasing Agent to execute said Agreements for Services. FUNDING: General Fund, partially reimbursed through fines.ApprovedPass Action details Video Video
18-1407 119.Agenda ItemCommunity Development Services, Planning and Building Department, recommending the Board adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 197-2018, which decertifies specific limited components of the Final Program Environmental Impact Report (FEIR) for the Targeted General Plan Amendment and Zoning Ordinance Update (TGPA/ZOU) as follows: only as to (a) the responses to comments O-1-54 to O-1-58, O-1-62, O-1-70, I-37-14, I-37-16, I-37-23, and I-37-24; and, (b) the Executive Summary Section ES.5 (Potential Areas of Controversy/Issues to be Resolved). The court affirmed the sufficiency of the TGPA/ZOU planning and regulatory documents. FUNDING: N/AApprovedPass Action details Video Video
18-1146 120.Agenda ItemCommunity Development Services, Planning and Building Department, Long Range Planning, recommending the Board: 1) Adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution of Intention 193-2018 to amend the County General Plan by updating the Housing Element before October 2021 as required by State law, which includes a review of the County’s ability to accommodate its fair share of the region’s housing needs for the 8-year planning period 2021 to 2029, based on the updated Regional Housing Needs Allocation determined by the Sacramento Area Council of Governments; and 2) Direct the Planning and Building Department, Long Range Planning, to take steps necessary, including but not limited to reviewing vacant land inventory, housing capacity, and housing policy analysis, to prepare, in a manner consistent with applicable law, codes and regulations a Housing Element Update with necessary assistance from the Health and Human Services Agency, Department of Transportation, Environmental Management Department, Chief Administrative Office, Economic Development, Sacramento Area Council of Governments,ApprovedPass Action details Video Video
18-1077 121.Agenda ItemChief Administrative Office, Parks Division, recommending the Board 1) Approve and sign the Excursion License Agreement between Placerville Sacramento Valley Rail Road (P&SVRR) and the Sacramento Placerville Transportation Corridor Joint Powers Authority (SPTC JPA) for the operation of an excursion rail service on a portion of the SPTC, consenting to excursion rail use on limited portions of the SPTC within El Dorado County for some special events only with prior approval by the County; and 2) Acknowledge that any potential capital improvements requested by P&SVRR would require subsequent Board approval. (Est. 10 Min.) FUNDING: N/AApprovedPass Action details Video Video
18-1411 122.Agenda ItemSupervisor Ranalli recommending the Board: 1) Receive and file information provided by Patricia Charles-Heathers, Director, Health and Human Services Agency recognizing community volunteers who dedicate their time and talent to support the El Dorado County Wellness Center, Public Health Nursing and Older Adult programs; and 2) Approve and authorize the Board Members to sign proclamations to recognize these volunteers for their service. (Est. Time: 20 Min.)ApprovedPass Action details Video Video
18-1289 123.Agenda ItemBroadband Ad Hoc Committee, in coordination with the Chief Administrative Office, recommending the Board receive and file the final presentation and report from NeoConnect regarding the Broadband Feasibility Study in El Dorado County, focusing on financial analysis and options related to implementing a Broadband strategy in El Dorado County. (Est. Time: 2.0 Hrs.) FUNDING: 50% Economic Development Administration grant, 50% General Fund.Received and Filed  Action details Video Video
18-1396 124.Closed Session Item Pursuant to Government Code Section 54957.6 - Conference with Labor Negotiator: County Negotiator: Director of Human Resources and/or designee. Employee Organization: El Dorado County Employees Association Local No.1 representing employees in the General, Professional, and Supervisory Bargaining Units; Operating Engineers Local No. 3 representing employees in the Trades & Crafts and Corrections Bargaining Units; Deputy Sheriffs Association representing employees in the Law Enforcement Unit; El Dorado County Deputy County Counsel Association; El Dorado County Managers Association; and El Dorado County Law Enforcement Managers Association. (Est. Time: 15 Min.)Continued  Action details Not available
18-1346 125.Closed Session Item Conference with Legal Counsel - Significant Exposure to Litigation pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(2). Number of potential cases: (1). (Est. Time: 10 Min.)No Action Reported.  Action details Not available
18-1392 126.Closed Session Item Conference with Legal Counsel - Existing Litigation pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(1). Title:Alliance for Responsible Planning, A California Non-Profit Public Benefit Corporation v. El Dorado County Board of Supervisors, County of El Dorado, Sue Taylor, and Save Our County, El Dorado County Superior Court Case No. PC20160346; Court of Appeal No. C085712. Number of potential cases: (1). (Est. Time:15 Min.)No Action Reported.  Action details Not available
18-1442 127.Closed Session Item Conference with Legal Counsel - Existing Litigation pursuant to Government Code Section 54956.9(d)(1). Title: Rural Communities United v. EDC (Bio) El Dorado County Superior Court Case No. PC20170536; Number of potential cases: (1). (Est. Time: 10 Min.)No Action Reported.  Action details Not available
18-1492 128.Agenda ItemSupervisor Novasel recommending the Board of Supervisors authorize the Chair to sign a letter to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), with copies to Senator Dianne Feinstein, Senator Kamala Harris and the California Congressional Delegation, opposing the FCC’s proposed Declaratory Ruling and Third Report and Order regarding state and local governance of small cell wireless infrastructure deployment. FUNDING: There is no funding required for this item.ApprovedPass Action details Not available